News in policing
Neighbourhood Policing Week open letter
This week (17-23 January) is the first Neighbourhood Policing Week. I want to take this opportunity to thank our hard working Neighbourhood Policing Teams (NPTs) for the amazing job they do.
Views on council tax contributions to policing sought
Police and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones is urging residents to share their views in the annual police budget precept consultation.
Commissioner champions trauma informed policing
Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, is championing a ground breaking scheme that sees Trauma informed experts joining three response and patrol policing teams (Portsmouth, Waterlooville and Portswood) to imbed trauma informed policing.
New plan for safer streets unveiled
Newly elected Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, has unveiled her multi-year plan to strengthen policing across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. In ‘More police, safer streets’ the Commissioner commits to recruiting an extra 600 officers, to improving police visibility and to working harder to combat anti-social behaviour. It also includes measures on rural […]
Public asked to send questions for first public scrutiny session with the Chief Constable
Donna Jones, the Police and Crime Commissioner will be holding her first public scrutiny session, ‘COPS’ (Commissioner’s oversight of policing services), with the Chief Constable as a live social media event and is inviting the public to watch and ask questions on the day or submit their questions in advance. Commissioner Jones will put the […]
Youth Commission put forward views of local young people to shape national Police during the Pandemic report
The Police and Crime Commissioner’s Youth Commission has engaged young people across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to ensure their voices were heard as part of the national Policing the Pandemic study, resulting in the Hampshire Policing area being one of the top for the number of responses. Members of the Youth Commission also […]